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Orange arrow How can I pay my Hawaii tax liability?

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  Payment Amount Enter the amount of your payment, including any penalty and interest. You can pay online at hitax.hawaii.gov or by check or money order payable to “Hawaii State Tax Collector.” Write your social security number, daytime phone number, and “2019 Form N-11” on ...
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Orange arrow How can I pay the taxes I owe to Hawaii?

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  Write your social security number, daytime phone number, and “20XX Form N-11” on your check or money order. The N-200V is no longer required to be included with your payment. Note: If you include penalty and/or interest for the late filing of your return with your payment, identify and...
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Orange arrow Can I deduct my Hawaii investment interest?

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  Who Must File If you are an individual, estate, or a trust, you must file Form N-158 to claim a deduction for your investment interest expense. Exception. You do not have to file Form N-158 if all of the following apply. • Your investment income from interest and ordinary dividends is more...
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Orange arrow Can I deduct my individual housing account payments?

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  Payments to an Individual Housing Account You may be able to deduct from your gross income up to $5,000 paid in cash during the taxable year into a trust account which is established for saving for a down payment on your first principal residence. A deduction not to exceed $10,000 shall be allowed...
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Orange arrow Can I take a Hawaii MFS exemption for my spouse if we file separately?

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  If you are married filing separately, you can take your spouses exemption only if your spouse is not filing a return, had no income, and was not the dependent of someone else. If your spouse meets these qualifications, check the Yes box here. If at the end of the taxable year, you were divorced or...
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Orange arrow Can I claim the Hawaii out-of-state credit?

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  If you have out-of-state income that is taxed by another state or foreign country and also by Hawaii, you may claim a credit against your Hawaii income for the net income tax you paid to the other state or foreign country if you meet the following conditions: • The income was earned while yo...
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Orange arrow How can I check the status of my Hawaii state refund?

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  Where to Get Forms and Information Taxpayer Services Branch Website: tax.hawaii.gov Telephone: 808-587-4242 Toll-Free: 1-800-222-3229...
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Orange arrow Hawaii Underpayment Penalty

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  Penalties and Interest Late Filing of Return. The penalty for failure to file a return on time is assessed on the tax due at a rate of 5% per month, or part of a month, up to a maximum of 25%. Extensions. If you are unable to file your Hawaii tax return by April 20, 2020, you are automatically...
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Orange arrow What are Hawaii Qualified Tuition Programs?

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  Hawaii has adopted the federal provisions relating to the qualified tuition programs (also known as a 529 program) except for the 10% tax on distributions not used for educational expenses. A qualified tuition program (QTP) is a program set up to allow you to either prepay, or contribute to an acco...
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Orange arrow Hawaii Credit for Low-Income Household Renters

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  If you occupy and pay rent for real property within the State as your residence, your Hawaii adjusted gross income was less than $30,000, and the rent you paid during 2019 was more than $1,000, you may qualify for this credit. See the instructions for Schedule X, Part I, on page 34. Note: Do not c...
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Orange arrow Hawaii Qualified Tuition Program

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  Qualified Tuition Program Distributions for Elementary and Secondary School Expenses Hawaii conforms to the federal provision where distributions from qualified tuition programs are not taxable if used to pay for qualified higher education expenses. However, Hawaii did not adopt the federal provis...
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Orange arrow Hawaii Subtractions From Federal AGI

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  Pensions Hawaii does not tax qualifying distributions from an employer-funded pension plan. If you received qualifying distributions from an employer-funded profit sharing, defined contribution, or defined benefit plan, or from a government retirement system (e.g., federal civil service, military...
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Orange arrow How can I determine if I am a resident of Hawaii?

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  Resident A resident is taxed on income from all sources. A resident must file an Individual Income Tax Return—Resident (Form N-11), if required to do so. A Hawaii resident is (1) Every individual domiciled in Hawaii, and (2) Every other individual whether domiciled in Hawaii or not, who res...
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Orange arrow Hawaii Residency

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  Resident A resident is taxed on income from all sources. A resident must file an Individual Income Tax Return—Resident (Form N-11), if required to do so. A Hawaii resident is (1) Every individual domiciled in Hawaii, and (2) Every other individual whether domiciled in Hawaii or not, who res...
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Orange arrow Who is required to file a Hawaii state tax return?

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  Who Must File 1. Every individual doing business in Hawaii during the taxable year must file a return, whether or not the individual derives any taxable income from that business. “Doing business” includes all activities engaged in or caused to be engaged in with the object of gain or...
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